Tunisia will hope to wake up from their slumber when they take on South Africa in their final Group E game at the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations in Ivory Coast.
South Africa have three points after their first two matches in Group E, meanwhile, Tunisia rescued a point off Mali in their second game after being stunned by Namibia in their group opener.
As it stands, all teams in Group E can book a place in the next round of the competition, leaving no room for complacency on the part of Bafana Bafana or the Carthage Eagles.
A convincing 4-0 win against Namibia proved to be the bounce back South Africa needed after losing to Mali in their opening match, and Themba Zwane is expected to be crucial for the 1996 winners on Wednesday night.
Tunisia however have managed to qualify for the knockout stages of this competition since 2013 and the Namibia loss is the only defeat they have suffered in their last six matches.
Jalel Kadri is expected to tweak his XI with a more offensive approach for this clash, and Haythem Jouini could join Anis Ben Slimane in attack for the Carthage Eagles.
The match starts at 17:00 GMT.